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Old 23rd January 2010, 22:22
jmroth jmroth is offline
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Post ISPConfig SVN repository usage questions

Hi there,
I tried to familiarize myself with the ISPConfig SVN repository layout.

I see trunk was last modified Nov 08.
Whereas branches/ISPConfig-2.2.stable/ seems to be newest (Dec 19).
Can anyone explain where development actually takes/is supposed to take place? A branch called 'stable' confuses me. Usually you produce a tag for the latest (stable) version, then you continue in trunk. If you try adventurous things, that is what a branch is for. (http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.0/ch04.html)

I'm also missing tags for the released versions... so it's not clear what revision is what version exactly. This only seems to be somewhere in the comments whereas it would be easier and cooler to simply have a tag.

Can someone explain how all of this is handled here or are too many cooks simply spoiling the broth?
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